The fondly named 'DaffyDo' originated from the floods of Storm Desmond in 2015. Pooley Bridge was washed away and the village cut in half for six months. The run (or walk - they are adamant that it is not a race) was organised to highlight the issue and to celebrate the wonderful trails and scenery around Pooley Bridge.
Simply set off when you are ready (slower walkers early, faster folk later) with the common goal to have fun and enjoy the route.
Read mote about the DaffyDo here.
Looking for idyllic self catering in South Lakes/Cumbria?
If you are looking to avoid the crowds,then why not stay just outside of the Lake District National Park, in one of these pretty Cumbria Village self catering cottages (this page of cottages also includes our favourites in Kendal, home of the Mint Cake!)
Self Catering Cottages - UllswaterGlenridding on the shores of Ullswater is a fabulous location for daffodils. The cottages we particularly like in that region can be found here.
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